SSL Evaluation for Oman Local Banks

We all know that any bank that offers online banking should anticipate its customers’ security concerns. I was disappointed to know that most of Oman local banks are not aware of their grades which could be a real threat to them and their clients. I am going to list some of them with recommendations on how to mitigate the issues, in case you belong to any of...

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Automate backups from Linux servers to Amazon cloud

The aim of this article is to show how I successfully managed to automate the process of backing up a web hosting server host by host including Mysql data. This was achieved by compressing and protecting the archive with high level of encryption before transferring it to the Amazon . In order to fully understand the script you will need to have basic knowledge...

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Beyond Vbulletin functionality

Vbulletin is a forum software based on php I have been involved with it since 2001 with oman0 forum. During this time I have had to overcome many limitations on the software with different ways of coding and tweaking. On this blog I will explain some of the tricks to improve your forum functionality I may not be able to explain all of them as the list is very...

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Setting up VNC repeater on Linux

You may be aware of how team viewer works it can almost work behind any sort of or . The secret behind it is that both client and server do not contact each other directly but via a repeater that is owned by the company and allows the client and server to initiate a reverse connection to the repeater. If you are worried not to have a third party between your...

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Validating proxy via PHP

This is how we use and curl to validate any proxy simply you pass the url with IP and port number and results will be printed immediately. In PHP we have to request a given URL via the proxy and see if it will respond with the expected result.       First on box debian based you need to run the following command to instal php-curl: sudo apt-get...

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